Online video platform Dailymotion has launched new versions of its iOS and Android mobile apps.
The apps will allow users to customise their home screen, share content with their social networks and search through 17 themed categories to access over 20 million videos through their mobile phones, according to Dailymotion.
Groups of videos on the home screen can be changed according to the user’s preference and organised based on criteria such as playlists, saved search results, favourite videos or uploads.
Tabs on each video provide users with access to video information, comments and related videos. The apps provide the ability to browse this information while still watching the video chosen at the bottom of the screen. Videos are automatically re-loaded just before reaching the end of the list.
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